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22 February 2019
## GS1 US Data Hub Working with Product Import Templates User Guide

To view the GS1 US Data Hub Working with Product Import Templates User Guide, click here >

**Product Import Instructional Modules:**

In addition, click the links below to view a demonstration in the GS1 US University Learning Management System (sign in is required):

- Product Import, Download All Available GTINs
- Product Import, Download Import Template
- Product Import, Correcting Errors
- Product Import, Higher Level Packaging

To access, click the "GS1 US Data Hub & User Portal" button under Categories on the main page, then click "Help Resources." Scroll down to the Product Import module you want to view and click "Launch."

21 February 2020
## Import Products and Assign Available GTINs

Follow these steps to import products that meet the "Each" packaging level requirements, so that GS1 US Data Hub can assign available GTINs to these products. In other words, when you import these products, they have NOT had GTINs assigned to them - but after they are imported successfully, they will have the GTINs assigned. Typically, items with the "Each" packaging level are individual products that can be purchased by consumers and are the lowest level of the packaging hierarchy.

For more details, view the GS1 US Data Hub Working with Product Import Templates User Guide.

- From the menu bar, click Product, then Import.

- On the main Import page, select the industry for the products you are going to import. This will determine the industry that is applied to each of the product detail records.

- Click the "Download All Available GTINs" link. Confirm the industry, then enter the quantity of available GTINs you want to be listed in this template, so you can assign products to these and import them. Then save the template to your computer. Data is pre-populated in several columns, such as "Create" in the "Action" column, the Company Prefix, and GTIN information, among others. Headings that are green-colored are required. Use the drop-down for certain columns to select valid values for that column.

- Enter your information into this template (referred to as the "update file" in Help materials), based on the column values as noted in the Product Import user guide.

If you are pasting information from another spreadsheet, select "Paste as Values" to preserve the formatting of this template. When you're done, save this file to your computer. These columns require data:

**Action:**"Create" will be pre-populated.

**GS1CompanyPrefix:**The GS1 Company Prefix will be pre-populated, as noted on your certificate.

**GTIN:**The GTINs will be pre-populated, based on the quantity that you specified on the Download All Available GTINs window.

**PackagingLevel:**Select "Each" to indicate these are individual trade items sold to consumers. For more details, view Packaging Level Definitions. Want to learn how to import inner packs, cases, etc.? View the Product Import: Higher Level Packaging module in GS1 US University (sign in is required).

**Description:**Enter the product description for your trading partners (as opposed to consumers). A best practice is to include: brand name, type of product, variation (color, flavor, scent, etc), and net contents. For example, “Edible Harvest Jam Raspberry 20 oz.” There is a 200-character limit. Avoid the use of special characters, such as the pipe "|" and line breaks "CR/LF".

**Desc1Language:**"en" is displayed for English, which is the default selection.

**BrandName:**Enter the brand name you want to convey to consumers; this field is limited to 70 characters.

**Brand1Language:**"en" is displayed for English, which is the default selection.

**Status:**If you are sharing the product with consumers and trading partners, select**In Use**from the drop-down. If product details are still being finalized, and the products are not ready to be viewed by the marketplace, select**PreMarket**. At a later date, you can change the status of these items to**In Use**when you're ready to start sharing them with the marketplace.

**IsVariable:**"N" is displayed, meaning this product is not a variable measure trade item.

**IsPurchasable:**"Y" is displayed, meaning this product can be purchased by consumers.

- Click "Browse" on the main Product Import page and select the update file you just saved, then click "Submit."

- GS1 US Data Hub begins to process the file. When "Complete" displays in the Status column, the file has been processed, and you will see the number of records that were processed, the number of successful records and the number of records that had errors (if any).

If you do see a number other than zero (0) in the # Errors column, click the File Name column to open the file and view the errors in Column B of the spreadsheet (referred to as the "results file" in Help materials). The Product Import User Guide, Appendix B, contains a list of error messages and corrective actions you can take. You should make the correction back in your original spreadsheet or update file. Remove all the rows for the products that were successfully imported, save the update file to your computer, then submit the file again.

Q. How do I get a list of GTINs that are available to be assigned?

A. Click "Download All Available GTINs" to view a list of ALL available GTINs for a company prefix: first, identify the available GTINs for this prefix on the home page of GS1 US Data Hub. Then click Product, then click Import, and click the Download All Available GTINs link. Specify this "Available" number in the Quantity field, and click "Continue." A spreadsheet will be generated, listing all GTINs that are still available to be assigned.

**Learn More:**

View these modules on the GS1 US University Learning Management System (sign in required). Click the GS1 US Data Hub & User Portal category, click "Help Resources," then scroll down to the modules listed below, and click "Launch." Or click the links below to view the module directly:

**Download All Available GTINs** (Duration: 6:17) - if you need to import new products and assign available GTINs to these products, view this module to learn how to enter product data in the columns, save the template, then submit it for processing. The GTINs will then be assigned to these products.

**Download Import Template** (Duration: 5:03) - if you want to import products that already have been assigned GTINs (perhaps from another system), or you enter the GTINs manually to your products and assign them when you import the file, view this module.

**Product Import, Correcting Errors** (Duration: 8:56) - if you received errors when you submitted your file, view this module to review several common errors that are generated and how to correct these errors.

**Product Import, Higher Level Packaging** (Duration: 9:21) - learn how to import inner packs, cases, mixed cases, pallets, etc.

31 January 2020
## Export Product and GTIN Data

Below are quick steps to export your product data, including assigned GTINs, using a XLSX formatted spreadsheet. For more details, please view the Product Create/Manage User Guide in the Help Center.

1. Click Product > Manage. The Manage Products page displays.

2. If you don't apply any filters, **ALL **of your company's saved product data will be exported, including products with the **Draft**, **PreMarket**, **In Use** or **Archived **status. Before you export, you can use the “filter” column headings to limit the number of products that are displayed, and therefore exported. To set the filters, enter at least 3 consecutive characters in any of the filter boxes at the top of the tables.

**Note: **the maximum number of products that can be exported is 100,000, so if your company has 100,000+ records, use the filters to reduce this number to below 100,000, and then run one or more instances to export the remaining data.

**Filter Tips: **Here are two suggestions to filter the product data:

- Filter products by "Status," such as **In Use** products, export this data, then return to the Manage Products page, and filter by **PreMarket** products, etc.

- Filter products by “Packaging Level” – so first sort by “each,” export this data, then sort by “case” and export this data, etc.

3. Click the "Export All Products from Table" button. A confirmation window displays, and you'll see the number of products you are about to export. Click the "Continue" button.

4. The message "Export Request Successfully Submitted" displays in a green window. Click the Export Center Icon on the upper right corner of the screen. The Export Center page displays, with the most recent export displayed at the top. The Export Center also displays any other product and location export instances requested by all of your company users.

**Note: **The XLSX files are removed after 30 days. When these files are removed, the product data stored in GS1 US Data Hub is not impacted.

5. Click the file link to open the XLSX file. How this file displays will vary depending on your Web browser. When you open the XLSX file, you'll see that products are sorted numerically, in order of GS1 Company Prefix, then GTIN. If products listed are in the **Draft **status, they are listed first because the GS1 Prefix and GTIN cells are blank, as they have not been assigned to products. Please note that the last column in this file is "Last Modified Date." To learn the definitions of the values within the XLSX file, view the Product Import User Guide, Appendix A.

**Q. Can I also export my barcode images?
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**Q. Can I export all available GTINs - the ones that have NOT been assigned to products?**

A. Yes, you can receive a list of available GTINs using the "Download All Available GTINs" template on the Import page. You can specify the quantity of available GTINs you want to view, based on your company's GTIN availability. Your company's "GTIN Availability" is displayed on the GS1 US Data Hub home page. To get started, click Product, then Import. View the Product Import User Guide for details.

8 November 2019
## Unit of Measure Codes

**Product Import and API**

Instructions:UOM names are listed alphabetically by name. Locate the UOM name and then enter the appropriate code in the NetContent1UnitOfMeasure, NetContent2UnitofMeasure, and/or NetContent3UnitofMeasure columns.

**Related Links: **These same Unit of Measure Codes are also listed in the Product Import User Guide, Appendix E.

Instructions:

Unit of Measure |
Code |
Definition |

15 C Calorie | A1 | |

Access Line | AL | |

Acre | ACR | |

Actual Ton | 26 | |

Additional Minute | AH | |

Air Dry Metric Ton | MD | |

Alcoholic Strength By Mass | ASM | |

Alcoholic Strength By Volume | ASU | |

Aluminium Pound Only | AP | |

Ampere | AMP | |

Ampere Hour | AMH | A unit of electric charge defining the amount of charge accumulated by a steady flow of one ampere for one hour. |

Ampere Per Centimetre | A2 | |

Ampere Per Metre | AE | |

Ampere Per Millimetre | A3 | |

Ampere Per Square Centimetre | A4 | |

Ampere Per Square Metre | A41 | |

Ampere Per Square Metre Kelvin Squared | A6 | |

Ampere Per Square Millimetre | A7 | |

Ampere Second | A8 | |

Ampere Square Metre | A5 | |

Ampere Square Metre Per Joule Second | A10 | |

Ampere Tum Per Centimetre | 73 | |

Ampoule | AM | |

Angstrom | A11 | A unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimetre, 10–10 metre, used mainly to express wavelengths and interatomic distances. |

Anti XA Unit | AXU | A unit of measure for blood potency. Units for the anti XA activity which is a measure to the anti coagulating effect at low molecular heparins. |

Anti-Hemophilic Factor (Ahf) Unit | AQ | |

Are | ARE | |

Assembly | AY | |

Assortment | AS | A unit of count defining the number of assortments (assortment: set of items grouped in a mixed collection). |

Astronomical Unit | A12 | |

Atomic Mass Units (AMU) | D43 | |

Attojoule | A13 | |

Average Minute Per Call | AI | |

Bag | BG | |

Bale | BL | |

Ball | AA | |

Band | D92 | |

Bar | BR | The bar is widely used in descriptions of pressure; 1 bar = 100 kilopascals 0.987 atmospheres. |

Bar (unit of pressure) | BAR | The bar is widely used in descriptions of pressure; 1 bar = 100 kilopascals 0.987 atmospheres. |

Barge | NB | |

Barn | A14 | |

Barn Per Electron Volt | A15 | |

Barn Per Steradian Electron Volt, | A16 | |

Barn Per Sterdian | A17 | |

Barrel (Us) Per Day | B1 | |

Barrel Per Minute | 5A | |

Barrel US | BLL | There are varying standards for barrel for some specific commodities, including 31 gal for beer, 40 gal for whiskey or kerosene, and 42 gal for petroleum. The general standard for liquids is 31.5 gal or half a hogshead; the general standard for dry contents is 7,056 Cubic Inches. |

Barrel, Imperial | B4 | |

Base box | BB | A unit of area of 112 sheets of tin mil products (tin plate, tin free steel or black plate) 14 by 20 inches, or 31,360 square inches. |

Base Weight | BW | |

Basket | BK | |

Batch | 5B | |

Batt | B9 | |

Batting Pound | B3 | |

Beam | D79 | |

Beats Per Minute | BPM | |

Becquerel | BQL | The SI derived unit of radioactivity. One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. SI uses the becquerel rather than the second for the unit of activity measure to avoid dangerous mistakes: a measurement in becquerels is proportional to activity, and thus a more dangerous source of radiation gives a higher reading. A measurement in seconds is inversely proportional. |

Becquerel Per Kilogram | A18 | |

Becquerel Per Metre Cubed | A19 | |

Belt | E2 | |

Billet | B5 | |

Bin | 2W | |

Bit per second | B10 | In telecommunications and computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a variable R or fb) is the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time.The bit rate is quantified using the bits per second (bit/s or bps) unit. |

Block | D64 | |

Board | BD | |

Board Foot | BFT | A specialized unit of measure for the volume of rough lumber (before drying and planing with no adjustments) or planed/surfaced lumber. It is the volume of a one-foot length of a board one foot wide and one inch thick. Some countries utilize the synonym super foot or superficial foot. |

Bobbin | 4A | |

Bolt | BT | |

Book | D63 | A unit of count defining the number of books (book: set of items bound together or written document of a material whole). |

Bottle | BO | |

Box | BX | |

Brake Horse Power | BHP | |

British thermal unit | BTU | A traditional unit of energy. It is approximately the amount of energy needed to heat one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. One Btu is equal to about 1.06 kilojoules. It is used in the power, steam generation, heating and air conditioning industries. |

British Thermal Unit Per Hour | 2I | |

British Thermal Unit Per Hour Square Foot Degree Rankin | A23 | |

British Thermal Unit Per Pound | AZ | |

British Thermal Unit Per Pound Degree Rankin | A21 | |

British Thermal Unit Per Second Foot Degree Rankin | A22 | |

British Thermal Unit Per Second Square Foot Degree Rankin | A20 | |

Brush | BH | |

Btu Per Cubic Foot | B0 | |

Bucket | BJ | |

Bulk | VQ | |

Bulk Car Load | 48 | |

Bulk Pack | AB | |

Bun | B6 | |

Bundle | BE | |

Bunk | B2 | |

Bushel (UK) | BUI | A bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture |

Bushel (US) | BUA | A bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture |

Byte | AD | |

Caboose Count | 1D | |

Caboose Mile | 1H | |

Cake | KA | |

Call | C0 | |

Calorie | D70 | A calorie is 1/100 of the amount of energy required to warm one gram of air-free water from 0 °C to 100 °C at standard atmospheric pressure; this is about 4.190 J. Its use is archaic, having been replaced by the SI unit of energy, the joule. However, in many countries it remains in common use as a unit of food energy. In the context of nutrition, and especially food labelling, the calorie is approximately equal to 4.1868 joules (J), and energy values are normally quoted in kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal). This code is being deprecated. Use code E14 Kilocalorie to express food calories. |

Calorie - Calorie Per Cubic Centimetre | 92 | |

Calorie Per Gram | 93 | |

Can | CA | |

Candela | CDL | |

Candela per Square Metre | A24 | |

Cap | 4B | |

Capsule | AV | |

Car | NC | |

Car Count | 1B | |

Car Mile | 1A | |

Carboy | CO | |

Card | CG | A unit of count defining the number of units of card (card: thick stiff paper or cardboard). |

Carload | C4 | |

Carrying Capacity In Metric Ton | CCT | |

Carset | C2 | |

Carton | CT | |

Cartridge | CQ | |

Case | CS | |

Cask | Z3 | |

Cassette | D66 | |

Catch Weight | 31 | |

Cell | C6 | |

Cental (Uk) | CNT | |

Centigram | CGM | A centigram is one hundredth (1/100) of a gram |

Centilitre | CLT | A centilitre is one hundredth (1/100) of a litre |

Centimetre | CMT | A centimetre is equal to one hundredth of a metre. |

Centimetre Per Second | 2M | |

Centipoise | C7 | |

Centisimal Hahnemannian Dilution (CH) | X_CHD | |

Centistokes | 4C | |

Chain | X1 | |

Chest | Z2 | |

Cheval Vapeur | A25 | |

Coil | CL | |

Coil Group | C9 | |

Colony Forming Units | CFU | |

Column Inch | II | |

Combo | CZ | |

Composite Product Pound (Total Weight) | C1 | |

Cone | CJ | |

Conference Point | Z6 | |

Connector | CK | |

Container | CH | |

Conventional Millimetre Of Mercury | HN | Conventional millimetre of mercury mm Hg. |

Conventional Millimetre Of Water | HP | |

Cop | AJ | |

Cord | WCD | |

Cost | C5 | |

Coulomb | COU | |

Coulomb Metre | A26 | |

Coulomb Metre Squared Per Volt | A27 | |

Coulomb Per Cubic Centimetre | A28 | |

Coulomb Per Cubic Metre | A29 | |

Coulomb Per Cubic Millimetre | A30 | |

Coulomb Per Kilogram | CKG | |

Coulomb Per Kilogram Second | A31 | |

Coulomb Per Mole | A32 | |

Coulomb Per Square Centimetre | A33 | |

Coulomb Per Square Metre | A34 | |

Coulomb Per Square Millimetre | A35 | |

Count | 1N | Count |

Count Per Centimetre | IT | |

Count Per Inch | IC | |

Count Per Minute | 5K | |

Cover | CV | |

Crate | CR | |

Cubic centimetre | CMQ | A cubic centimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one centimetre (0.01 m) equal to a millilitre. |

Cubic Centimetre Per Mole | A36 | |

Cubic Centimetre Per Second | 2J | |

Cubic decimetre | DMQ | A cubic decimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one decimetre (0.1 m) |

Cubic Decimetre Per Mole | A37 | |

Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Square Foot | 36 | |

Cubic foot | FTQ | A cubic foot is the volume of a cube of side length one foot (0.3048 m) . |

Cubic Foot Per Hour | 2K | |

Cubic Foot Per Minute | 2L | |

Cubic inch | INQ | A cubic inch is the volume of a cube of side length one inch (0.254 m). |

Cubic metre | MTQ | A cubic metre is the volume of a cube of side length one metre. |

Cubic Metre (Net) | D90 | |

Cubic Metre Per Coulomb | A38 | |

Cubic Metre Per Hour | MQH | Cubic Metre Per Hour |

Cubic Metre Per Kilogram | A39 | |

Cubic Metre Per Mole | A40 | |

Cubic Metre Per Second | MQS | |

Cubic millimetre | MMQ | A cubic millimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one milliimetre (0.001 m) |

Cubic Yard | YDQ | |

Cup | CU | |

Cup (US) | G21 | Cup (US) |

Curie | CUR | |

Curie Per Kilogram | A42 | |

Curl Unit | 94 | |

Cycle | B7 | |

Cylinder | CY | |

Data Record | DQ | |

Days | DAY | A day is one three hundreds and sixty fifth (1/365) of a year |

Deadweight Tonnage | A43 | A unit of mass defining the difference between the weight of a ship when completely empty and its weight when completely loaded, expressed as the number of tons. |

Deal | DE | |

Decade | DEC | |

Decagram | DJ | |

Decalitre | A44 | |

Decametre | A45 | |

Decare | DAA | |

Decibar | X_DBA | |

Decibel | 2N | A measurement for sound in air and other gases, relative to 20 micropascals (μPa) = 2×10−5 Pa, the quietest sound a human can hear. This is roughly the sound of a mosquito flying 3 metres away. This is often abbreviated to just "dB"; however the correct abbreviation is dB(SPL), indicating decibel for Sound Pressure Level. |

Decigram | DG | A decigram is one tenth (1/10) of a gram. |

Decilitre | DLT | A decilitre is one tenth (1/10) of a litre. |

Decilitre Per Gram | 22 | |

Decimetre | DMT | A decimetre is equal to one tenth of a metre. |

Decinewton Metre | DN | |

Decitex | A47 | |

Decitonne | DTN | |

Degree (Unit of Angel) | DD | A measurement of plane angle, representing 1⁄360 of a full rotation; one degree is equivalent to π/180 radians. |

Degree Celsius | CEL | Celsius (also historically known as centigrade) is a temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius (°C) and the boiling point 100 °C (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 100 degrees apart. |

Degree Fahrenheit | FAH | The Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and the boiling point 212 °F (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 180 degrees apart. |

Degree Rankin | A48 | |

Denier | A49 | |

Directory Book | DY | |

Disk (Disc) | DC | |

Dispenser | DI | |

Displacement Tonnage | DPT | |

Display | DS | |

Dollar Per Hour | D67 | |

Dose | E27 | A unit of count defining the number of doses (dose: a definite quantity of a medicine or drug). |

Dots per inch | E39 | A unit of count defining the number of dots per linear inch as a measure of the resolution or sharpness of a graphic image. |

Dozen | DZN | A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 12. |

Dozen Pack | DZP | |

Dozen Pair | DPR | |

Dozen Piece | DPC | |

Dozen Roll | DRL | |

Drachm (Uk) | DRM | |

Draize Score | D8 | |

Dram (UK) | DRI | The dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The fluid dram is defined as 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.551 632 812 500 0 mL in the Commonwealth and Ireland. In England dram came to mean a small draught of cordial or alcohol; hence the term dram-house for the taverns where one could purchase a dram. |

Dram (US) | DRA | The dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The term also refers to the fluid dram, a measure of capacity equal 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.696 691 195 312 5 mL in the United States. |

Drum | DR | |

Dry Barrel (Us) | BLD | |

Dry Gallon (Us) | GLD | |

Dry Pint (US) | PTD | The United States dry pint is equal one eighth of a US dry gallon or one half US dry quarts. It is used in the United States but is not as common as the liquid pint. |

Dry Pound | DB | |

Dry Ton | DT | |

Dyn Second Per Cubic Centimetre | A50 | |

Dyne | DU | |

Dyne Per Centimetre | DX | |

Dyne Per Square Centimeter | D9 | |

Dyne Second Per Centimetre | A51 | |

Dyne Second Per Centimetre To The Fifth | A52 | |

Each | EA | A unit of count defining the number of items regarded as separate units. |

Each Per Month | EC | |

Eight Pack | P8 | |

Electronic Mail Box | EB | |

Electronvolt | A53 | |

Electronvolt Per Metre | A54 | |

Electronvolt Square Metre | A55 | |

Electronvolt Square Metre Per Kilogram | A56 | |

Eleven Pack | EP | |

ELISA Units | ELU | Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay unit, is always associated with a product and a method. |

Empty Car | 1E | |

Envelope | EV | |

Equivalent Gallon | EQ | |

Erg | A57 | |

Erg Per Centimetre | A58 | |

Erg Per Cubic Centimetre | A60 | |

Erg Per Gram | A61 | |

Erg Per Gram Second | A62 | |

Erg Per Second | A63 | |

Erg Per Second Square Centimetre | A64 | |

Erg Per Square Centimetre Second | A65 | |

Erg Square Centimetre | A66 | |

Erg Square Centimetre Per Gram | A67 | |

Exajoule | A68 | |

Failure Rate In Time | 63 | |

Farad | FAR | |

Farad Per Metre | A69 | |

Fathom | AK | |

Femtojoule | A70 | |

Femtolitre | Q32 | |

Femtometre | A71 | |

Fibre Per Cubic Centimetre Of Air | F9 | |

Field | FB | |

Fifteen Kg Drum | 98 | |

Fifty Lb Bag | 47 | |

Fifty Lb Bulk Bag | 46 | |

Fiftyfive Gallon (Us) Drum | 18 | |

Five Pack | P5 | |

Fivehundred Kg Bulk Bag | 44 | |

Fixed Rate | 1I | |

Flake Ton | FL | |

Fluid ounce (UK) | OZI | A fluid ounce (UK) is equal to one thirtieth (1/30) of a UK pint or 28.4130625 millilitres. |

Fluid ounce (US) | OZA | A fluid ounce (US) is equal to one sixteenth (1/16) of a US pint or 29.5735295625 millilitres . |

Foot | FOT | The international foot is defined to be equal to 0.3048 meters. |

Foot Per Minute | FR | |

Foot Per Second | FS | |

Foot Per Second Squared | A73 | |

Foot Pound-Force | 85 | |

Foot Pound-Force Per Second | A74 | |

Forty Foot Container | 21 | |

Four Pack | P4 | |

Freight Ton | A75 | |

French gauge | H79 | The French scale (most correctly abbreviated as Fr, but also often abbreviated as FR or F) is commonly used to measure the catheter size (Circumference is in millimeters), in which 1 Fr = 0.33 mm in diameter. In the French Gauge system as it is also known, the diameter in millimeters of the catheter can be determined by dividing the French size by 3, thus an increasing French size corresponds with a larger diameter catheter. The following equations summarize the relationships: D(mm) = Fr/3 or Fr = D(mm)*3 |

Fuel Usage Gallon (Us) | 1G | |

Gage System | GZ | |

Gal | A76 | |

Gallon (UK) | GLI | The imperial (UK) gallon was legally defined as 4.54609 litres. |

Gallon (US) | GLL | The U.S. liquid gallon is legally defined as 231 cubic inches, and is equal to exactly 3.785411784 litres or about 0.133680555 cubic feet. |

Gallon (Us) Per Day | GB | |

Gallon Per Thousand Cubic Feet | GW | |

Gallon(Us) Per Thousand | 5C | A number referring to the outer diameter of hypodermic or suture needles. Smaller gauge numbers indicate larger outer diameters. Inner diameter depends on both gauge and wall thickness. An increasing needle-gauge size corresponds to a smaller diameter needle. This is contrary to French Gauge where an increasing gauge size corresponds to a larger external diameter. |

Gauge | AWG | |

Gauss | 76 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Displacement | A77 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electic Current | A78 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric Charge | A79 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric Field Strength | A80 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric Polarization | A81 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Electric Potential | A82 | |

Gaussian Cgs Unit Of Magnetization | A83 | |

Gigabecquerel | GBQ | |

Gigabyte | E34 | |

Gigacoulomb Per Cubic Metre | A84 | |

Gigaelectronvolt | A85 | |

Gigahertz | A86 | |

Gigajoule | GV | |

Gigaohm | A87 | |

Gigaohm Metre | A88 | |

Gigapascal | A89 | |

Gigawatt | A90 | |

Gigawatt hour | GWH | |

Gill (Uk) | GII | |

Gill (Us) | GIA | |

Gon | A91 | |

Grain | GRN | A grain or troy grain is precisely 64.79891 milligrams. Exactly 7,000 grains per avoirdupois pound. |

Gram | GRM | One one-thousandth of the kilogram (1×10-3 kg). |

Gram Of Fissile Isotope | GFI | |

Gram Per 100 Gram | GC | |

Gram Per Cubic Metre | A93 | |

Gram Per Hour | F27 | |

Gram Per Kilogram | GK | |

Gram Per Litre | GL | A unit of measurement of mass concentration that shows how many grams of a certain substance are present in one litre. |

Gram Per Metre (Gram Per 100 Centimetres) | GF | |

Gram Per Millilitre | GJ | |

Gram Per Mole | A94 | |

Gram Per Square Centimetre | 25 | |

Gram per square metre | GM | In the metric system, the density of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, is expressed in terms of grams per square meter (g/m2).This quantity is commonly called grammage both in English and French (ISO 536), though many English- speaking countries still refer to the "weight". The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density. |

Grams Per Cubic Centimetre | 23 | Grams Per Cubic Centimetre |

Gray | A95 | |

Gray Per Second | A96 | |

Great Gross | GGR | |

Gross | GRO | A unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 144 (12 x 12). |

Gross Barrel | GD | |

Gross Gallon | GN | |

Gross kilogram | E4 | A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms before deductions. |

Gross Register Ton | GRT | |

Gross Ton | GT | |

Gross Yard | GY | |

Group | 10 | |

Half dozen | HD | A unit of count defining the number of units in multiplt of six (6). |

Half Gallon (Us) | GH | |

Half Hour | HT | |

Half Litre | H2 | |

Half Page | H1 | |

Half Pint (Us) | PV | |

Half Year (6 Months) | SAN | |

Hank | HA | |

Heat Lot | 8 | |

Heat Transfer Coefficient | D55 | |

Hectare | HAR | |

Hectobar | HBA | |

Hectogram | HGM | A hectogram is one hundred (100) grams |

Hectolitre | HLT | A hectolitre is one hundred (100) litres. |

Hectolitre Of Pure Alcohol | HPA | |

Hectometre | HMT | |

Hectopascal | A97 | |

Henry | 81 | |

Henry Per Metre | A98 | |

Hertz | HTZ | |

Histamine Equivalent Prick | HEP | Histamine equivalent prick testing for allergen. |

Hogshead | Z4 | |

Horse Power Day Per Air Dry Metric Ton | 30 | |

Hour | HUR | An hour is a unit of measurement of time of the duration of 60 minutes, or 3600 seconds. It is 1/24 of a median Earth day. |

Hundred | CEN | |

Hundred board foot | BP | A unit of volume equal to one hundred board foot. |

Hundred Boxe | HBX | |

Hundred count | HC | A unit of count defining the number of units counted in multiples of 100. |

Hundred Cubic Feet | HH | |

Hundred Cubic Metre | FF | |

Hundred Feet | HF | |

Hundred Feet (Linear) | HL | |

Hundred Fifteen Kg Drum | 16 | |

Hundred International Unit | HIU | |

Hundred Kilogram | HK | |

Hundred Lb Drum | 17 | |

Hundred Leave | CLF | |

Hundred Linear Yard | YL | |

Hundred Pack | CNP | |

Hundred pound (cwt) / hundred weight (US) | CWA | A unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System equal to 100 pounds (45.36 kilograms); also called cental. |

Hundred Sheet | HI | |

Hundred Square Feet | HS | |

Hundred Troy Ounce | HO | |

Hundred weight (UK) | CWI | A unit of weight in the British Imperial System equal to 112 pounds (50.80 kilograms); also called quintal. |

Hundred Yard | HY | |

Hundredth Of A Carat | HE | |

Hydraulic Horse Power | 5J | |

Imperial Gallon Per Minute | G3 | |

Impression | IM | |

Inch Per Minute | IL | |

Inch Per Second (Linear Speed) | IU | |

Inch Per Second Squared (Acceleration) | IV | |

Inch Pound (Pound Inch) | IA | |

Inch To The Fourth Power | D69 | |

Inches | INH | An international inch is defined to be equal to 25.4 millimeters. |

Inches Of Water | IF | |

Insurance Policy | IP | |

International Table (It) Calorie Per Gram | D75 | |

International Table (It) Calorie Per Gram Kelvin | D76 | |

International Table (It) Calorie Per Second Centimetre Kelvin | D71 | |

International Table (It) Calorie Per Second Square Centimetre Kelvin | D72 | |

Jar | JR | |

Joint | JO | |

Joule | JOU | |

Joule Per Cubic Metre | B8 | |

Joule Per Gram | D95 | |

Joule Per Kelvin | JE | |

Joule Per Kilogram | J2 | |

Joule Per Kilogram Kelvin | B11 | |

Joule Per Metre | B12 | |

Joule Per Metre To The Fourth Power | B14 | |

Joule Per Mole | B15 | |

Joule Per Mole Kelvin | B16 | |

Joule Per Square Metre | B13 | |

Joule Second | B18 | |

Joule Square Metre | D73 | |

Joule Square Metre Per Kilogram | B20 | |

Jug | JG | |

Jumbo | JB | |

Kallikrein inactivator unit. | KIU | |

Keg | KG | |

Kelvin | KEL | A unit of absolute temperature equal to 1/273.16 of the absolute temperature of the triple point of water. One kelvin degree is equal to one Celsius degree. |

Kelvin Per Watt | B21 | |

Kilo Becquerel | 2Q | |

Kiloampere | B22 | |

Kiloampere Hour (Thousand Ampere Hour) | TAH | |

Kiloampere Per Metre | B24 | |

Kiloampere Per Square Metre | B23 | |

Kilobar | KBA | |

Kilobecquerel Per Kilogram | B25 | |

Kilobyte | 2P | |

Kilocalorie (international table) | E14 | |

Kilocharacter | KB | |

Kilocoulomb | B26 | |

Kilocoulomb Per Cubic Metre | B27 | |

Kilocoulomb Per Square Metre | B28 | |

Kilocurie | 2R | |

Kiloelectronvolt | B29 | |

Kilogauss | 78 | |

Kilogram | KGM | A unit of mass equal to one thousand grams. |

Kilogram Decimal | KD | |

Kilogram Metre Per Second | B31 | |

Kilogram Metre Squared | B32 | |

Kilogram Metre Squared Per Second | B33 | |

Kilogram Named Substance | KNS | |

Kilogram Of Nitrogen | KNI | |

Kilogram Of Phosphorus Pentoxide (Phosphoric Anhydride) | KPP | |

Kilogram Of Potassium Hydroxide (Caustic Potash) | KPH | |

Kilogram Of Potassium Oxide | KPO | |

Kilogram Of Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda) | KSH | |

Kilogram Of Substance 90 % Dry | KSD | |

Kilogram Of Uranium | KUR | |

Kilogram Per Air Dry Metric Ton | 32 | |

Kilogram Per Cubic Decimetre | B34 | |

Kilogram Per Cubic Metre | KMQ | |

Kilogram Per Kilogram Of Product | 3H | |

Kilogram Per Litre | B35 | |

Kilogram Per Metre | KL | |

Kilogram Per Millimetre Width | KI | |

Kilogram Per Mole | D74 | |

Kilogram Per Piece Of Product | 3I | |

Kilogram Per Second | KGS | Kilogram drained net weight |

Kilogram per square centimetre | D5 | A kilogram-force per square centimeter (kgf/cm2), often just kilogram per square centimeter (kg/cm2), or kilopond per square centimeter is a unit of pressure using metric units. Its use is now deprecated; it is not a part of the International System of Units (SI), the modern metric system. The unit is similar to the English unit psi (lbf/in2). |

Kilogram per square metre | 28 | A unit of pressure equal to 9.80665*10-05 Bar |

Kilogram-Force | B37 | |

Kilogram-Force Metre | B38 | |

Kilogram-Force Metre Per Second | B39 | |

Kilogram-Force Per Square Metre | B40 | |

Kilograms Per Millimeter | KW | |

Kilohertz | KHZ | |

Kilojoule | KJO | |

Kilojoule Per Kelvin | B41 | |

Kilojoule Per Kilogram | B42 | |

Kilojoule Per Kilogram Kelvin | B43 | |

Kilojoule Per Mole | B44 | |

Kilolitre | K6 | |

Kilolitre Per Hour | 4X | |

Kilometre | KMT | A kilometre is one thousand (1000) metres |

Kilometre | KTM | |

Kilometre Per Hour | KMH | |

Kilomole | B45 | |

Kilomole Per Cubic Metre | B46 | |

Kilonewton | B47 | |

Kilonewton Metre | B48 | |

Kilonewton Per Square Metre | KNM | Kilonewton Per Square Metre |

Kiloohm | B49 | |

Kiloohm Metre | B50 | |

Kilopacket | KF | |

Kilopascal | KPA | |

Kilopascal Square Metres Per Gram | 33 | |

Kilopascals Per Millimetre | 34 | |

Kilopond | B51 | |

Kilopound Per Square Inch | 84 | |

Kiloröntgen | KR | |

Kilosecond | B52 | |

Kilosegment | KJ | |

Kilosiemens | B53 | |

Kilosiemens Per Metre | B54 | |

Kilotonne | KTN | |

Kilovar | KVR | |

Kilovolt | KVA | |

Kilovolt | KVT | |

Kilovolt Ampere (Reactive) | K5 | |

Kilovolt Ampere Reactive Demand | K2 | |

Kilovolt Ampere Reactive Hour | K3 | |

Kilovolt Per Metre | B55 | |

Kilowatt | KWT | A kilowatt is one thousand (1000) watts |

Kilowatt Demand | K1 | |

Kilowatt hour | KWH | |

Kiloweber Per Metre | B56 | |

Kit | KT | A unit of count defining the number of kits (kit: tub, barrel or pail). |

Knot | KNT | |

Korsakovian (K) | X_KVN | |

Labour Hour | LH | |

Large Spray | LJ | |

Layer | LR | A unit of count defining the number of layers. |

Leaf | LEF | |

Length | LN | |

Lift | 5 | |

Lift Van | Z1 | |

Light Year | B57 | |

Linear Centimetre | LC | |

Linear foot | LF | A unit of count defining the number of feet (12-inch) in length of a uniform width object. |

Linear Inch | LI | |

Linear metre | LM | A unit of count defining the number of metres in length of a uniform width object. |

Linear Yard | LY | |

Linear Yard Per Pound | LX | |

Link | LK | A unit of distance equal to 0.01 chain. |

Liquid pint (US) | PTL | The US liquid pint is equal one eighth of a United States liquid gallon. |

Liquid Pound | LP | |

Liquid quart (US) | QTL | A US liquid quart exactly equals 57.75 cubic inches, which is exactly equal to 0.946352946 litres. |

Lite | LE | A litre is defined as a special name for a cubic decimetre (1 L = 1 dm3 = 1000 cm3). |

Litre | LTR | |

Litre Of Pure Alcohol | LPA | Litre of pure alcohol |

Litre Per Day | LD | |

Litre Per Hour | E32 | Litre Per Hour |

Litre Per Minute | L2 | |

Litre Per Mole | B58 | |

Load | NL | |

Locomotive Count | 1C | |

Locomotive Mile | 1K | |

Lot | LO | |

Lug | Z5 | |

Lumen | LUM | Lumen is a measure of the total quantity of visible light emitted by a light source. |

Lumen Hour | B59 | |

Lumen Per Watt | B61 | |

Lumen Second | B62 | Lumen seconds is the SI derived unit of luminous energy. It is based on the lumen, the SI unit of luminous flux, and the second, the SI base unit of time. The lumen second is sometimes called the Talbot (symbol T). |

Lumens per Square Meter | B60 | |

Lump Sum | LS | |

Lux | LUX | |

Lux Hour | B63 | |

Lux Second | B64 | |

Machine Per Unit | MA | |

Magnetic Tape | M0 | |

Manmonth | 3C | |

Mass Pound | D98 | |

Mat | MT | |

Maxwell | B65 | |

Meal | Q3 | |

Mega Litre | MAL | |

Megaampere Per Square Metre | B66 | |

Megabecquerel | 4N | 106 Bq1 Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. |

Megabecquerel Per Kilogram | B67 | |

Megabyte | 4L | A unit of information equal to 10 (1000000) bytes. |

Megacoulomb | D77 | |

Megacoulomb Per Cubic Metre | B69 | |

Megacoulomb Per Square Metre | B70 | |

Megaelectronvolt | B71 | |

Megagram | 2U | |

Megagram Per Cubic Metre | B72 | |

Megagram Per Hour | 2V | |

Megahertz | MHZ | A unit of frenquecy equal to 106 Hertz |

Megajoule | 3B | |

Megajoule Per Cubic Metre | JM | |

Megajoule Per Kilogram | JK | |

Megametre | MAM | |

Meganewton | B73 | |

Meganewton Metre | B74 | |

Megaohm | B75 | |

Megaohm Metre | B76 | |

Megapascal | MPA | |

Megasiemens Per Metre | B77 | |

Megavolt | B78 | |

Megavolt – Ampere | MVA | |

Megavolt Per Metre | B79 | |

Megawatt | MAW | A unit of power defining the rate of energy transferred or consumed when a current of 1000 amperes flows due to a potential of 1000 volts at unity power factor. |

Megawatt hour (1000 kW.h) | MWH | A unit of energy defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumed. |

Mesh | 57 | |

Message | NF | |

Message Hour | NH | |

Metre | MTR | The metre is the basic unit of length in the International System of Units (SI). |

Metre Kelvin | D18 | |

Metre Per Minute | 2X | |

Metre Per Second | MTS | |

Metre Per Second Squared | MSK | |

Metre To The Fourth Power | B83 | |

Metric Carat | CTM | Metric Carat |

Metric Horse Power | HJ | |

Metric Long Ton | E5 | |

Mho | NQ | |

Microampere | B84 | |

Microbar | B85 | |

Microcoulomb | B86 | |

Microcoulomb Per Cubic Metre | B87 | |

Microcoulomb Per Square Metre | B88 | |

Microcurie | M5 | |

Microfarad | 4O | |

Microfarad Per Metre | B89 | |

Microfiche Sheet | G7 | |

Microgram | MC | A microgram is one millionth of a gram (0.000001) |

Microgram Per Cubic Meter | GQ | |

Microhenry | B90 | |

Microhenry Per Metre | B91 | |

Micro-Inch | M7 | |

Microlitre | 4G | A microlitre is one millionth of a litre |

Micrometre | 4H | A micrometre is one millionth of a metre, also termed Micron. |

Micromho | NR | |

Micromole | FH | |

Micronewton | B92 | |

Micronewton Metre | B93 | |

Microohm | B94 | |

Microohm Metre | B95 | |

Micropascal | B96 | |

Microradian | B97 | |

Microsecond | B98 | |

Microsiemens | B99 | |

Microtesla | D81 | |

Microvolt | D82 | |

Microvolt Per Metre | C3 | |

Microwatt | D80 | |

Microwatt Per Square Metre | D85 | |

Mile (statute mile) | SMI | |

Mile Per Hour | HM | |

Millesimai (LM) | X_MLM | |

Milliampere | 4K | |

Milliampere hour | E09 | |

Milliard | MLD | |

Millibar | MBR | |

Millicoulomb | D86 | |

Millicoulomb Per Cubic Metre | D88 | |

Millicoulomb Per Kilogram | C8 | |

Millicoulomb Per Square Metre | D89 | |

Millicurie | MCU | |

Milliequivalents | MEQ | |

Millifarad | C10 | |

Milligal | C11 | |

Milligram | MGM | A milligram is one thousandth of a gram (0.001) |

Milligram Per Cubic Metre | GP | |

Milligram Per Hour | 4M | |

Milligram Per Kilogram | NA | Milligram per Kilogram (mg/kg) |

Milligram Per Metre | C12 | |

Milligram Per Square Foot Per Side | MF | |

Milligram Per Square Inch | MK | |

Milligrams Per Litre | M1 | |

Milligrams Per Square Metre | GO | |

Milligray | C13 | |

Millihenry | C14 | |

Milli-Inch | 77 | |

Millijoule | C15 | |

Millilitre | MLT | A millilitre is one thousandth of a litre (0.001) |

Millilitre Of Water | WW | |

Millilitre Per Kilogram | KX | |

Millilitre Per Minute | 41 | |

Millilitre Per Second | 40 | |

Millilitres Per Square Centimetre Second | 35 | |

Millimetre | MMT | A millimetre is one thousandth of a metre (0.001) |

Millimetre Per Second | C16 | |

Millimetre Squared Per Second | C17 | |

Millimole | C18 | a millimole is one thousandth of a mole. |

Millimole Per Kilogram | D87 | |

Millinewton | C20 | |

Millinewton Metre | D83 | |

Millinewton Per Metre | C22 | |

Milliohm Metre | C23 | |

Million | MIO | |

Million Btu Per 1000 Cubic Feet | M9 | |

Million Btus | BZ | |

Million Cubic Feet | FM | |

Million Cubic Metre | HMQ | |

Million International Unit (NIE) | MIU | A unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 106. |

Million Particle Per Cubic Foot | FD | |

Million Unit | UM | |

Millipascal | 74 | |

Millipascal Second | C24 | |

Milliradian | C25 | |

Milliröntgen | 2Y | |

Millisecond | C26 | A thousandth (1/1000) of a second. |

Millisiemens | C27 | |

Millisievert | C28 | |

Millitesla | C29 | |

Millivolt | 2Z | |

Millivolt Per Kelvin | D49 | |

Millivolt Per Metre | C30 | |

Milliwatt | C31 | |

Milliwatt Per Square Metre | C32 | |

Milliweber | C33 | |

Minute | D61 | |

Minute (unit of time) | MIN | |

Mmscf/Day | 5E | |

Mole | C34 | The SI base unit of amount of substance; one of a few units used to measure this physical quantity.A mole will possess mass exactly equal to the substance's molecular or atomic weight in grams. That is to say, a substance's atomic or molecular mass in atomic mass units is the same as its molar mass in grams. Because of this, one can measure the number of moles in a pure substance by weighing it and comparing the result to its molecular or atomic weight |

Mole Per Cubic Decimetre | C35 | |

Mole Per Cubic Metre | C36 | |

Mole Per Kilogram | C19 | |

Mole Per Litre | C38 | |

Monetary Value | M4 | |

Month | MON | Unit of time equal to 1/12 of a year of 365,25 days |

Most Probable Number | MPN | Most Probable Number: is a method of getting quantitative data on concentrations of discrete items from positive/negative (incidence) data.. |

Mother tincture (Dry material) | X_MTC | |

Mutually Defined | ZZ | |

Nanoampere | C39 | |

Nanocoulomb | C40 | |

Nanofarad | C41 | |

Nanofarad Per Metre | C42 | |

Nanogram | X_NGM | |

Nanohenry | C43 | |

Nanohenry Per Metre | C44 | |

Nanolitre | Q34 | The metric unit of volume equal to one billionth of a litre, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000001/liter. |

Nanometre | C45 | A billionth of a metre (10 to the negative 9th power) |

Nanoohm Metre | C46 | |

Nanosecond | C47 | |

Nanotesla | C48 | |

Nanowatt | C49 | |

Nautical Mile | NMI | |

Neper | C50 | |

Neper Per Second | C51 | |

Net Barrel | ND | |

Net Gallon (Us) | NG | |

Net Imperial Gallon | NI | |

Net kilogram | 58 | A unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms after deductions. |

Net Litre | NE | |

Net Register Ton | NTT | |

Net Ton | NT | |

Newspage Agate Line | Z8 | |

Newton | NEW | |

Newton Metre | NU | |

Newton Metre Second | C53 | |

Newton Metre Squared Kilogram Squared | C54 | |

Newton Per Metre | 4P | |

Newton Per Square Metre | C55 | |

Newton Per Square Millimetre | C56 | |

Newton Second | C57 | |

Newton Second Per Metre | C58 | |

Nine Pack | P9 | |

Number Of Articles | NAR | |

Number Of Bobbins | NBB | |

Number Of Cells | NCL | |

Number of International Units | NIU | |

Number Of Lines | N2 | |

Number Of Mults | MV | |

Number Of Packs | NMP | |

Number Of Pairs | NPR | Number of pairs |

Number Of Parcels | NPL | |

Number Of Parts | NPT | |

Number Of Rolls | NRL | |

Number Of Screens | NJ | |

Octave | C59 | |

Oersted | 66 | |

Ohm | OHM | |

Ohm Centimetre | C60 | |

Ohm Metre | C61 | |

One | C62 | |

Oscillations Per Minute | OPM | |

Ounce | ONZ | A unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 30 grams |

Ounce Av | OZ | |

Ounce Foot | 4R | |

Ounce Inch | 4Q | |

Ounce Per Square Foot | 37 | |

Ounces Per Square Foot Per 0,01 Inch | 38 | |

Ounces per square yard | ON | The weight of one square yard of the material expressed in ounces. Commonly used to express the density or weight of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, e.g. 20 OZ or 20 Weight denim has an area density of 20 oz/yd2.The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density. |

Outfit | 11 | |

Overtime Hour | OT | |

Package | PK | |

Packet | PA | |

Pad | PD | A unit of count defining the number of pads (pad: block of paper sheets fastened together at one end). |

Page | ZP | |

Page - Electronic | P0 | |

Page - Facsimile | QA | |

Page - hardcopy | QB | A unit of count defining the number of hardcopy pages (hardcopy page: a page rendered as printed or written output on paper, film, or other permanent medium). |

Page Per Inch | PQ | |

Pail | PL | |

Pair | PR | A unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's). |

Pair Inch | PB | |

Pallet (Lift) | PF | |

Pallet/Unit Load | D97 | |

Panel | OA | |

Parsec | C63 | |

Part Per Billion (Us) | 61 | |

Part per million | 59 | A unit of proportion equal to 10-6 (ppm). |

Part Per Thousand | NX | |

Pascal | PAL | |

Pascal Per Kelvin | C64 | |

Pascal Second | C65 | |

Pascal Second Per Cubic Metre | C66 | |

Pascal Second Per Metre | C67 | |

Peck | G23 | A peck is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints. |

Peck Dry (Uk) | PZ | |

Peck Dry (Us) | PY | A peck is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints. |

Pen Calorie | N1 | |

Pen Gram (Protein) | D23 | |

Pennyweight | DWT | A pennyweight (abbreviated dwt or denarius weight) is a unit of mass that is equal to 24 grains, 1⁄20 of a troy ounce, 1⁄240 of a troy pound, and exactly 1.55517384 grams. (Usage- The pennyweight is the common weight used in the valuation and measurement of precious metals. Jewellers use the pennyweight in calculating the amount and cost of precious metals used in fabricating or casting jewellery. Similarly, dentists and dental labs still use the pennyweight as the measure of precious metals in dental crowns and inlays.) |

Percent | P1 | |

Percent Per 1000 Hour | 62 | |

Percent Weight | 60 | |

Person | IE | |

Petajoule | C68 | |

pH (potential of Hydrogen) | Q30 | |

Phon | C69 | |

Pica | R1 | |

Picoampere | C70 | |

Picocoulomb | C71 | |

Picofarad | 4T | |

Picofarad Per Metre | C72 | |

Picohenry | C73 | |

Picolitre | Q33 | Picolitre- Picoliter is the metric unit of volume equal to a trillionth (one millionth of a millionth) of a liter, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000000001/liter. just as the prefix nano denotes a billionth part. |

Picometre | C52 | Picometre- a trillionth of a metre (10 to the negative 12th power) |

Picowatt | C75 | Picowatt is a derived metric SI (System International) measurement unit of power.The picowatt is equal to one trillionth of a watt (10-12W). |

Picowatt Per Square Metre | C76 | |

Piece | H87 | A unit of count defining the number of pieces (piece: a single item, article or exemplar). |

Piece | PCE | |

Pint (UK) | PTI | A pint (UK) is equal to 1/8 Gallon (UK); used primarly as a measure for beer and cider when sold by the glass. |

Pint (Us) | PT | |

Pitch | PI | |

Pixel | E37 | A unit of count defining the number of pixels (pixel: picture element). |

Pixel per centimetre | X_PPC | |

Pixel per inch | X_PPI | |

Plaque Forming unit(s) | PFU | |

Plate | PG | |

Point | PNT | |

Poise | 89 | |

Portion | PTN | Portion |

Potential Renal Solute Load | PRS | |

Pound | LBR | The international avoirdupois pound of exactly 0.45359237 kilogram. |

Pound Equivalent | PE | |

Pound Gage | C77 | |

Pound Gross | D96 | |

Pound Net | PN | |

Pound Per Air Dry Metric Ton | NY | |

Pound Per Cubic Foot | 87 | |

Pound Per Cubic Inch | LA | |

Pound Per Foot | P2 | |

Pound Per Gallon (Us) | GE | |

Pound Per Hour | 4U | |

Pound Per Inch Of Length | PO | |

Pound Per Inch Of Width | PW | |

Pound Per Piece Of Product | 3G | |

Pound Per Pound Of Product | 3E | |

Pound Per Ream | RP | |

Pound per square foot | FP | A non SI unit of Pressure approximately equal to 47.88025 PASCAL's. |

Pound per square inch - Absolute | 80 | Psia (pound-force per square inch absolute)is a unit of pressure pressure relative to a vacuum (such as that in space).At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in2). |

Pound per square inch - Gauge | 64 | Psig (pound-force per square inch gauge) is a unit of pressure relative to the surrounding atmosphere. At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in2). |

Pound Per Thousand Square Feet | 29 | |

Pound Percentage | PM | |

Pound-Force | C78 | |

Pound-force per square inch | PS | The pound-force per square inch (symbol: psi or lbf/in2 or lbf/in2) is a unit of pressure or of stress based on avoirdupois units. It is the pressure resulting from a force of one pound-force applied to an area of one square inch. Other abbreviations are used that append a modifier to "psi". However, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends that, to avoid confusion, any modifiers be instead applied to the quantity being measured rather than the unit of measure[1] For example, "Pg = 100 psi" rather than "P = 100 psig". |

Pounds Per Thousand | 5F | |

Powder Filled Vial | AW | |

Print Point | N3 | |

Proof Gallon | PGL | |

Proof Gallon | QTI | |

Pump | 5G | |

Pump | QTD | |

Quart (Uk) | QTI | |

Quart (US dry) | QTD | A US dry quart is equal to 1/32 of a US bushel, exactly 1.101220942715 litres. |

Quart (Us) | QT | |

Quarter (Of A Year) | QAN | |

Quarter (Uk) | QTR | |

Quarter Dozen | QD | |

Quarter Hour | QH | |

Quarter Kilogram | QK | |

Quarter Mile | 1X | |

Quire | QR | |

Rack | RA | |

Rad | C80 | |

Radian | C81 | |

Radian Meter Squared Per Mole | C82 | |

Radian Metre Squared Per Kilogram | C83 | |

Radian Per Metre | C84 | |

Radian Per Second | 2A | |

Radian Per Second Squared | 2B | |

Rate | A9 | |

Ration | 13 | |

Ream | RM | |

Ream Metric Measure | RN | |

Reciprocal †Ngstr"M | C85 | |

Reciprocal Cubic Metre | C86 | |

Reciprocal Cubic Metre Per Second | C87 | |

Reciprocal Electron Volt Per Cubic Metre | C88 | |

Reciprocal Henry | C89 | |

Reciprocal Joule Per Cubic Metre | C90 | |

Reciprocal Kelvin Or Kelvin To The Power Minus One | C91 | |

Reciprocal Metre | C92 | |

Reciprocal Metre Squared Reciprocal Second | B81 | |

Reciprocal Minute | C94 | |

Reciprocal Mole | C95 | |

Reciprocal Pascal Or Pascal To The Power Minus One | C96 | |

Reciprocal Second | C97 | |

Reciprocal Second Per Cubic Metre | C98 | |

Reciprocal Second Per Metre Squared | C99 | |

Reciprocal Second Per Steradian | D1 | |

Reciprocal Second Per Steradian Metre Squared | D2 | |

Reciprocal Square Metre | C93 | |

Reel | RL | |

Rem | D91 | |

Reset | RS | |

Retinol Equivalent (RE) | XRE | A unit used for quantifying the vitamin A value of sources of vitamin A, including both preformed retinoids and precursor carotenoids. |

Revenue Ton Mile | RT | |

Revolutions Per Minute | RPM | |

Revolutions Per Second | RPS | |

Ring | RG | |

Rod | RD | |

Roll | RO | A unit of count defining the number of rolls” where “Roll” is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate. |

Roll Metric Measure | RK | |

Röntgen | 2C | |

Röntgen Per Second | D6 | |

Round | D65 | |

Run | RU | |

Running Or Operating Hour | RH | |

Sack | SA | |

Sample per second | X_SPS | |

Sandwich | D7 | |

Saybold Universal Second | 90 | |

Score | SCO | |

Scruple | SCR | |

Second | D62 | |

Second (unit of time) | SEC | |

Second Per Cubic Metre | D93 | |

Second Per Radian Cubic Metre | D94 | |

Section | SE | |

Segment | SG | |

Seismic Level | 5P | |

Seismic Line | 5Q | |

Serving | X_SER | A unit of count defining the number of servings being referenced. There is a validation limiting the usage of this UoM. |

Session | S6 | |

Set | SET | A unit of count defining the number of sets (set: a number of objects grouped together). |

Seven Pack | P7 | |

Sheet | ST | A unit of count defining the number of “Sheets” where “Sheet” is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate. |

Sheet Metric Measure | SS | |

Shelf Package | SP | |

Shipment | SX | A unit of count defining the number of shipments (shipment: an amount of goods shipped or transported). |

Shipping Ton | SHT | |

Short Standard (7200 Matches) | SST | |

Shot | 14 | |

Siemens | SIE | |

Siemens Per Metre | D10 | |

Siemens Square Metre Per Mole | D12 | |

Sievert | D13 | |

Sitas | 56 | |

Six Pack | P6 | |

Sixty Fourths Of An Inch | S5 | |

Sizing Factor | FJ | |

Skein | SW | |

Skid | SV | |

Sleeve | D99 | |

Slipsheet | SL | |

Small Spray | 4 | |

Solid Pound | SD | |

Sone | D15 | |

Split Tanktruck | SK | |

Spool | SO | |

SQ-E | SQE | |

Square | SQ | |

Square centimetre | CMK | A square centimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 centimetre in length. |

Square Centimetre Per Erg | D16 | |

Square Centimetre Per Steradian Erg | D17 | |

Square decimetre | DMK | A square decimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 decimetre in length. |

Square foot | FTK | A square foot is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 foot in length. |

Square Foot Per Second | S3 | A square inch is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 inch in length. |

Square inch | INK | A square metre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 metre in length. |

Square Kilometre | KMK | |

Square metre | MTK | A square metre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 metre in length. |

Square metre kelvin per watt | D19 | |

Square Metre Per Joule | D20 | |

Square Metre Per Kilogram | D21 | |

Square Metre Per Mole | D22 | |

Square Metre Per Second | S4 | Metre squared per second. |

Square Metre Per Steradian | D24 | |

Square Metre Per Steradian Joule | D25 | |

Square Metre Per Volt Second | D26 | Square metre kelvin per watt .The definition is the thermal resistance (or Rd value) of the material, which is measured by the thickness of the material layer divided by the thermal conductivity of the material. and is expressed in m²K/W. |

Square mile | MIK | A square mile is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 mile in length. |

Square millimetre | MMK | A square millimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 millimetre in |

Square Rod | SN | |

Square Yard | YDK | A square yard is the area of a square with sides of one yard (three feet, thirty-six inches, 0.9144 metres) in length |

Stage | 5H | |

Standard | WSD | |

Standard Advertising Unit | S8 | |

Standard Atmosphere | ATM | |

Standard Cubic Foot | 5I | |

Steradian | D27 | |

Stick | 15 | |

Stokes | 91 | |

Stone (Uk) | STI | |

Storage Unit | S7 | |

Strip | SR | |

Super Bulk Bag | 43 | |

Suppository | AR | |

Syphon | D28 | |

Tablespoon | G24 | Tablespoon. 1/2 fluid ounces, 3 teaspoons, 15 millilitres |

Tablet | U2 | A unit of count defining the number of tablets (tablet: a small flat or compressed solid object). |

Tank Truck | 19 | |

Tank, Cylindrical | TY | |

Tank, Rectangular | TK | |

Teaspoon | G25 | 1/6 fluid ounces or 5 millilitres |

Technical Atmosphere | ATT | Technical Atmosphere |

Teeth Per Inch | TPI | Teeth Per Inch |

Telecommunication Line In Service | T0 | |

Telecommunication Line In Service Average | UB | |

Telecommunication Port | UC | |

Ten Day | DAD | |

Ten Kg Drum | 97 | |

Ten Pack | TP | |

Ten Pair | TPR | |

Ten Square Feet | TR | |

Ten Square Yard | TF | |

Ten Thousand Gallon (Us) Tankcar | 96 | |

Ten Thousand Yard | UH | |

Ten Yard | YT | |

Tenth Hour | UE | |

Tenth Minute | UD | |

Terabyte | E35 | |

Terahertz | D29 | |

Terajoule | D30 | |

Terawatt | D31 | |

Terawatt hour | D32 | |

Tesla | D33 | |

Test Specific Scale | 69 | |

Tex | D34 | |

The milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of product | KO | |

Theoretical Kilograms | 53 | |

Theoretical Pound | 24 | |

Theoretical Ton | 27 | |

Theoretical Tonne | 54 | |

Therm | TD | |

Thermochemical Calorie | D35 | |

Thermochemical Calorie Per Gram | B36 | |

Thermochemical Calorie Per Gram Kelvin | D37 | |

Thermochemical Calorie Per Second Centimetre Kelvin | D38 | |

Thermochemical Calorie Per Second Square Centimetre Kelvin | D39 | |

Thousand | MIL | |

Thousand Bag | T4 | |

Thousand Board Feet | MBF | |

Thousand Casing | T5 | |

Thousand Cubic Feet | FC | |

Thousand Cubic Feet Per Day | F1 | |

Thousand Cubic Metre | R9 | Thousand cubic metre |

Thousand Cubic Metre Per Day | TQD | |

Thousand Feet | TQ | |

Thousand Feet (Linear) | TL | |

Thousand Gallon (Us) | T6 | |

Thousand Impression | T7 | |

Thousand Kilogram | TV | |

Thousand Linear Inch | T8 | |

Thousand Linear Metre | TT | |

Thousand Linear Yard | D14 | |

Thousand Litre | D40 | References SI system of units of measure |

Thousand Metre | MQ | |

Thousand Piece | T3 | Thousand piece |

Thousand Pound Gross | T1 | |

Thousand Pound Per Square Inch | KS | |

Thousand Sheet | TW | |

Thousand Square Centimeter | TJ | |

Thousand Square Feet | TS | |

Thousand Square Inch | TI | |

Thousand Standard Brick Equivalent | MBE | |

Three Pack | P3 | |

Threehundred Kg Bulk Bag | 45 | |

Tin | TN | |

Ton (UK) or long ton (US) | LTN | Ton (UK) = 1016 Kg or 2240 Lb. |

Ton (US) or short ton (UK) | STN | Ton (US) = 2000 Lb or 907 Kg |

Ton Mile | 1J | |

Ton Of Steam Per Hour | TSH | |

Ton(Us) Per Hour | 4W | |

Tonne | TNE | Metric ton = 1000 Kg |

Tonne Of Substance 90 % Dry | TSD | |

Tonne Per Cubic Metre | D41 | |

Torr | UA | Torr |

Total Car Count | 1L | |

Total Car Mile | 1M | |

Tote | TE | |

Track Foot | FE | |

Trailer | E3 | |

Train | NN | |

Train Mile | 1F | |

Transdermal Patch | FG | |

Tray / Tray Pack | PU | |

Treatment | U1 | |

Trillion (Eur) | TRL | |

Trillion (Us) (Note Bil = Billion In Uk) | BIL | |

Tropical Year | D42 | |

Troy ounce or apothecary ounce | APZ | The troy ounce is a unit of imperial measure. In the present day it is most commonly used to gauge the weight and therefore the price of precious metals. One troy ounce equals 480 grains or 31.1035 grams. |

Troy Pound (Us) | LBT | |

Truckload | TC | |

Tube | TU | |

Twenty Foot Container | 20 | |

Twenty Pack | 4E | |

Twenty Thousand Gallon (Us) Tankcar | 95 | |

Two Pack | OP | |

Two Week | W4 | |

Us Gallon Per Minute | G2 | |

Usage Per Telecommunication Line Average | UF | |

Use | E55 | A unit of count defining the number of times an object is used. |

Var | D44 | |

Vehicle | NV | |

Vial | VI | |

Visit | VS | |

Volt | VLT | |

Volt - Ampere | D46 | |

Volt Ampere Per Kilogram | VA | |

Volt Ampere Per Pound | 71 | |

Volt Per Centimetre | D47 | |

Volt Per Kelvin | D48 | |

Volt Per Metre | D50 | |

Volt Per Millimetre | D51 | |

Volt Squared Per Kelvin Squared | D45 | |

Watt | WTT | A watt is a derived unit of power; one watt is equivalent to 1 joule (J) of energy per second. |

Watt hour | WHR | The watt-hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt of power expended for one hour of time; it is equal to 3.6 kilojoules. The watt-hour is rarely used to express energy in any form other than electrical. |

Watt Per Kelvin | D52 | |

Watt Per Kilogram | WA | |

Watt Per Metre Kelvin | D53 | |

Watt Per Pound | 72 | |

Watt Per Square Metre | D54 | |

Watt Per Square Metre Kelvin To The Fourth Power | D56 | |

Watt Per Steradian | D57 | |

Watt Per Steradian Square Metre | D58 | |

Weber | WEB | |

Weber Per Metre | D59 | |

Weber Per Millimetre | D60 | |

Week | WEE | |

Weight Per Square Inch | WI | |

Wet Kilo | W2 | |

Wet Pound | WB | |

Wet Ton | WE | |

Wheel | WH | |

Wine Gallon | WG | |

Working Month | WM | |

Wrap | WR | |

Yard | YRD | A yard is equal to 3 feet or 36 inches or 0.9144 meter. |

Year | ANN |

8 November 2019
## Country Codes - Based on ISO 3166

**Instructions:** Countries are listed alphabetically by name. When using the Product Import template, locate the country you need from this table and then enter the two-digit code, three-digit code, or numeric code in the Target Markets column for the appropriate products. Need to enter more than one code? Separate the codes with the tilde (`) symbol, which is left of the "1" key on most keyboards. The first code entered will display in the Target Market 1 field in GS1 US Data for that product detail record. Any additional codes will display in the Additional Target Markets field.

**Related Links: **These same Country Codes are also listed in the Product Import User Guide, Appendix C.

Country Name (English) |
Two-Digit Code |
Three-Digit Code |
Numeric Code |

AFGHANISTAN | AF | AFG | 004 |

ÅLAND ISLANDS | AX | ALA | 248 |

ALBANIA | AL | ALB | 008 |

ALGERIA | DZ | DZA | 012 |

AMERICAN SAMOA | AS | ASM | 016 |

ANDORRA | AD | AND | 020 |

ANGOLA | AO | AGO | 024 |

ANGUILLA | AI | AIA | 660 |

ANTARCTICA | AQ | ATA | 010 |

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA | AG | ATG | 028 |

ARGENTINA | AR | ARG | 032 |

ARMENIA | AM | ARM | 051 |

ARUBA | AW | ABW | 533 |

AUSTRALIA | AU | AUS | 036 |

AUSTRIA | AT | AUT | 040 |

AZERBAIJAN | AZ | AZE | 031 |

BAHAMAS | BS | BHS | 044 |

BAHRAIN | BH | BHR | 048 |

BANGLADESH | BD | BGD | 050 |

BARBADOS | BB | BRB | 052 |

BELARUS | BY | BLR | 112 |

BELGIUM | BE | BEL | 056 |

BELIZE | BZ | BLZ | 084 |

BENIN | BJ | BEN | 204 |

BERMUDA | BM | BMU | 060 |

BHUTAN | BT | BTN | 064 |

BOLIVIA (PLURINATIONAL STATE OF) | BO | BOL | 068 |

BONAIRE, SINT EUSTATIUS AND SABA | BQ | BES | 535 |

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA | BA | BIH | 070 |

BOTSWANA | BW | BWA | 072 |

BOUVET ISLAND | BV | BVT | 074 |

BRAZIL | BR | BRA | 076 |

BRITISH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | BQ | ATB | |

BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY | IO | IOT | 086 |

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM | BN | BRN | 096 |

BULGARIA | BG | BGR | 100 |

BURKINA FASO | BF | BFA | 854 |

BURMA | BU | BUR | 104 |

BURUNDI | BI | BDI | 108 |

BYELORUSSIAN SSR | BY | BYS | 112 |

CABO VERDE | CV | CPV | 132 |

CAMBODIA | KH | KHM | 116 |

CAMEROON | CM | CMR | 120 |

CANADA | CA | CAN | 124 |

CANARY ISLANDS | IC | ||

CANTON AND ENDERBURY ISLANDS | CT | CTE | 128 |

CAYMAN ISLANDS | KY | CYM | 136 |

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC | CF | CAF | 140 |

CEUTA, MELILLA | EA | ||

CHAD | TD | TCD | 148 |

CHILE | CL | CHL | 152 |

CHINA | CN | CHN | 156 |

CHRISTMAS ISLAND | CX | CXR | 162 |

CLIPPERTON ISLAND | CP | ||

COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS | CC | CCK | 166 |

COLOMBIA | CO | COL | 170 |

COMOROS | KM | COM | 174 |

CONGO | CG | COG | 178 |

CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE | CD | COD | 180 |

COOK ISLANDS | CK | COK | 184 |

COSTA RICA | CR | CRI | 188 |

CÔTE D'IVOIRE | CI | CIV | 384 |

CROATIA | HR | HRV | 191 |

CUBA | CU | CUB | 192 |

CURAÇAO | CW | CUW | 531 |

CYPRUS | CY | CYP | 196 |

CZECHIA | CZ | CZE | 203 |

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | CS | CSK | 200 |

DAHOMEY | DY | DHY | |

DENMARK | DK | DNK | 208 |

DIEGO GARCIA | DG | ||

DJIBOUTI | DJ | DJI | 262 |

DOMINICA | DM | DMA | 212 |

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | DO | DOM | 214 |

DRONNING MAUD LAND | NQ | ATN | 216 |

East Timor | TP | TMP | 626 |

ECUADOR | EC | ECU | 218 |

EGYPT | EG | EGY | 818 |

EL SALVADOR | SV | SLV | 222 |

EQUATORIAL GUINEA | GQ | GNQ | 226 |

ERITREA | ER | ERI | 232 |

ESTONIA | EW or EE | EST | 233 |

ESWATINI | SZ | SWZ | 748 |

ETHIOPIA | ET | ETH | 231 |

EUROPEAN UNION | EU | ||

FALKLAND ISLANDS (MALVINAS) | FK | FLK | 238 |

FAROE ISLANDS | FO | FRO | 234 |

FIJI | FJ | FJI | 242 |

FINLAND | SF | ||

FINLAND | FI | FIN | 246 |

FRANCE | FR | FRA | 250 |

FRANCE, METROPOLITAN | FX | FXX | 249 |

FRENCH AFARS AND ISSAS | AI | AFI | |

FRENCH GUIANA | GF | GUF | 254 |

FRENCH POLYNESIA | PF | PYF | 258 |

FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCTIC TERRITORIES | FQ | ATF | |

FRENCH SOUTHERN TERRITORIES | TF | ATF | 260 |

GABON | GA | GAB | 266 |

GAMBIA | GM | GMB | 270 |

GEORGIA | GE | GEO | 268 |

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC | DD | DDR | 278 |

GERMANY | DE | DEU | 276 |

GHANA | GH | GHA | 288 |

GIBRALTAR | GI | GIB | 292 |

GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS | GE | GEL | |

GREECE | GR | GRC | 300 |

GREENLAND | GL | GRL | 304 |

GRENADA | WG | GRD | 308 |

GUADELOUPE | GP | GLP | 312 |

GUAM | GU | GUM | 316 |

GUATEMALA | GT | GTM | 320 |

GUERNSEY | GG | GGY | 831 |

GUINEA | GN | GIN | 324 |

GUINEA-BISSAU | GW | GNB | 624 |

GUYANA | GY | GUY | 328 |

HAITI | HT or RH | HTI | 332 |

HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLANDS | HM | HMD | 334 |

HOLY SEE | VA | VAT | 336 |

HONDURAS | HN | HND | 340 |

HONG KONG | HK | HKG | 344 |

HUNGARY | HU | HUN | 348 |

ICELAND | IS | ISL | 352 |

INDIA | IN | IND | 356 |

INDONESIA | ID or RI | IDN | 360 |

International Bureau of WIPO | IB | ||

IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) | IR | IRN | 364 |

IRAQ | IQ | IRQ | 368 |

IRELAND | IE | IRL | 372 |

ISLE OF MAN | IM | IMN | 833 |

ISRAEL | IL | ISR | 376 |

ITALY | IT | ITA | 380 |

JAMAICA | JM or JA | JAM | 388 |

JAPAN | JP | JPN | 392 |

JERSEY | JE | JEY | 832 |

JOHNSTON ISLAND | JT | JTN | 396 |

JORDAN | JO | JOR | 400 |

KAZAKHSTAN | KZ | KAZ | 398 |

KENYA | KE | KEN | 404 |

KIRIBATI | KI | KIR | 296 |

KOREA (DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF) | KP | PRK | 408 |

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF | KR | KOR | 410 |

KUWAIT | KW | KWT | 414 |

KYRGYZSTAN | KG | KGZ | 417 |

LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC | LA | LAO | 418 |

LATVIA | LV | LVA | 428 |

LEBANON | LB or RL | LBN | 422 |

LESOTHO | LS | LSO | 426 |

LIBERIA | LR | LBR | 430 |

LIBYA | LY | LBY | 434 |

LIBYA FEZZAN | LF | ||

LIECHTENSTEIN | LI or FL | LIE | 438 |

LITHUANIA | LT | LTU | 440 |

LUXEMBOURG | LU | LUX | 442 |

MACAO | MO | MAC | 446 |

MACEDONIA, THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF | MK | MKD | 807 |

MADAGASCAR | MG or RM | MDG | 450 |

MALAWI | MW | MWI | 454 |

MALAYSIA | MY | MYS | 458 |

MALDIVES | MV | MDV | 462 |

MALI | ML | MLI | 466 |

MALTA | MT | MLT | 470 |

MARSHALL ISLANDS | MH | MHL | 584 |

MARTINIQUE | MQ | MTQ | 474 |

MAURITANIA | MR | MRT | 478 |

MAURITIUS | MU | MUS | 480 |

MAYOTTE | YT | MYT | 175 |

MEXICO | MX | MEX | 484 |

MICRONESIA (FEDERATED STATES OF) | FM | FSM | 583 |

MIDWAY ISLANDS | MI | MID | 488 |

MOLDOVA, REPUBLIC OF | MD | MDA | 498 |

MONACO | MC | MCO | 492 |

MONGOLIA | MN | MNG | 496 |

MONTENEGRO | ME | MNE | 499 |

MONTSERRAT | MS | MSR | 500 |

MOROCCO | MA | MAR | 504 |

MOZAMBIQUE | MZ | MOZ | 508 |

MYANMAR | MM | MMR | 104 |

NAMIBIA | NA | NAM | 516 |

NAURU | NR | NRU | 520 |

NEPAL | NP | NPL | 524 |

NETHERLANDS | NL | NLD | 528 |

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES | AN | ANT | 530 |

Neutral Zone | NT | NTZ | 536 |

NEW CALEDONIA | NC | NCL | 540 |

NEW HEBRIDES | NH | NHB | |

NEW ZEALAND | NZ | NZL | 554 |

NICARAGUA | NI | NIC | 558 |

NIGER | NE or RN | NER | 562 |

NIGERIA | NG | NGA | 566 |

NIUE | NU | NIU | 570 |

NORFOLK ISLAND | NF | NFK | 574 |

NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS | MP | MNP | 580 |

NORWAY | NO | NOR | 578 |

OMAN | OM | OMN | 512 |

PACIFIC ISLANDS (TRUST TERRITORY) | PC | PCI | 582 |

PAKISTAN | PK | PAK | 586 |

PALAU | PW | PLW | 585 |

PALESTINE, STATE OF | PS | PSE | 275 |

PANAMA | PA | PAN | 591 |

PANAMA CANAL ZONE | PZ | PCZ | |

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | PG | PNG | 598 |

PARAGUAY | PY | PRY | 600 |

Patent Office of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) | GC | ||

PERU | PE | PER | 604 |

PHILIPPINES | PH or PI or RP | PHL | 608 |

PITCAIRN | PN | PCN | 612 |

POLAND | PL | POL | 616 |

PORTUGAL | PT | PRT | 620 |

PUERTO RICO | PR | PRI | 630 |

QATAR | QA | QAT | 634 |

RÉUNION | RE | REU | 638 |

ROMANIA | RO | ROU | 642 |

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | RU | RUS | 643 |

RWANDA | RW | RWA | 646 |

SAINT BARTHÉLEMY | BL | BLM | 652 |

SAINT HELENA, ASCENSION AND TRISTAN DA CUNHA | SH | SHN | 654 |

SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS | KN | KNA | 659 |

SAINT LUCIA | LC | LCA | 662 |

SAINT MARTIN (FRENCH PART) | MF | MAF | 663 |

SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELON | PM | SPM | 666 |

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES | VC or WV | VCT | 670 |

SAMOA | WS | WSM | 882 |

SAN MARINO | SM | SMR | 674 |

SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE | ST | STP | 678 |

SAUDI ARABIA | SA | SAU | 682 |

SENEGAL | SN | SEN | 686 |

SERBIA | RS | SRB | 688 |

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO | CS | SCG | 891 |

SEYCHELLES | SC | SYC | 690 |

SIERRA LEONE | SL | SLE | 694 |

SIKKIM | SK | SKM | |

SINGAPORE | SG | SGP | 702 |

SINT MAARTEN (DUTCH PART) | SX | SXM | 534 |

SLOVAKIA | SK | SVK | 703 |

SLOVENIA | SI | SVN | 705 |

SOLOMON ISLANDS | SB | SLB | 090 |

SOMALIA | SO | SOM | 706 |

SOUTH AFRICA | ZA | ZAF | 710 |

SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS | GS | SGS | 239 |

SOUTH SUDAN | SS | SSD | 728 |

SOUTHERN RHODESIA | RH | RHO | |

SPAIN | ES | ESP | 724 |

SRI LANKA | LK | LKA | 144 |

SUDAN | SD | SDN | 729 |

SURINAME | SR | SUR | 740 |

SVALBARD AND JAN MAYEN | SJ | SJM | 744 |

SWEDEN | SE | SWE | 752 |

SWITZERLAND | CH | CHE | 756 |

SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC | SY | SYR | 760 |

TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA | TW | TWN | 158 |

TAJIKISTAN | TJ | TJK | 762 |

TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF | TZ | TZA | 834 |

THAILAND | TH | THA | 764 |

TIMOR-LESTE | TL | TLS | 626 |

TOGO | TG | TGO | 768 |

TOKELAU | TK | TKL | 772 |

TONGA | TO | TON | 776 |

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO | TT | TTO | 780 |

TRISTAN DA CUNHA | TA | ||

TUNISIA | TN | TUN | 788 |

TURKEY | TR | TUR | 792 |

TURKMENISTAN | TM | TKM | 795 |

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS | TC | TCA | 796 |

TUVALU | TV | TUV | 798 |

UGANDA | UG | UGA | 800 |

UKRAINE | UA | UKR | 804 |

Union of Countries under the European Community Patent Convention | EF | ||

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | AE | ARE | 784 |

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND | GB or UK | GBR | 826 |

UNITED STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDS | UM | UMI | 581 |

UNITED STATES MISCELLANEOUS PACIFIC ISLANDS | PU | PUS | 849 |

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | US | USA | 840 |

UPPER VOLTA | HV | HVO | 854 |

URUGUAY | UY | URY | 858 |

USSR | SU | SUN | 810 |

UZBEKISTAN | UZ | UZB | 860 |

VANUATU | VU | VUT | 548 |

VENEZUELA (BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF) | VE or YV | VEN | 862 |

VIET NAM | VN | VNM | 704 |

VIET-NAM, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF | VD | VDR | |

VIRGIN ISLANDS (BRITISH) | VG | VGB | 092 |

VIRGIN ISLANDS (U.S.) | VI | VIR | 850 |

WAKE ISLAND | WK | WAK | 872 |

WALLIS AND FUTUNA | WF | WLF | 876 |

WESTERN SAHARA * | EH | ESH | 732 |

World Intellectual Property Organization | WO | ||

YEMEN | YE | YEM | 887 |

YEMEN, DEMOCRATIC | YD | YMD | 720 |

Yugoslavia | YU | YUG | 891 |

ZAIRE | ZR | ZAR | 180 |

ZAMBIA | ZM | ZMB | 894 |

ZIMBABWE | ZW | ZWE | 716 |

8 November 2019
## Language Codes

### Product Import

**Language Codes - Based on ISO 639-1**

Languages are listed alphabetically by name. Locate the language you need and then enter the code in the Brand1Language, Desc1Language, Brand2Language, and/or Desc2Language columns when importing products using the Import templates.

English name of Language |
ISO 639-1 Code |

Abkhazian | ab |

Afar | aa |

Afrikaans | af |

Akan | ak |

Albanian | sq |

Amharic | am |

Arabic | ar |

Aragonese | an |

Armenian | hy |

Assamese | as |

Avaric | av |

Avestan | ae |

Aymara | ay |

Azerbaijani | az |

Bambara | bm |

Bashkir | ba |

Basque | eu |

Belarusian | be |

Bengali | bn |

Bihari languages | bh |

Bislama | bi |

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål | nb |

Bosnian | bs |

Breton | br |

Bulgarian | bg |

Burmese | my |

Catalan; Valencian | ca |

Central Khmer | km |

Chamorro | ch |

Chechen | ce |

Chichewa; Chewa; Nyanja | ny |

Chinese | zh |

Church Slavic; Old Slavonic; Church Slavonic; Old Bulgarian; Old Church Slavonic | cu |

Chuvash | cv |

Cornish | kw |

Corsican | co |

Cree | cr |

Croatian | hr |

Czech | cs |

Danish | da |

Divehi; Dhivehi; Maldivian | dv |

Dutch; Flemish | nl |

Dzongkha | dz |

English | en |

Esperanto | eo |

Estonian | et |

Ewe | ee |

Faroese | fo |

Fijian | fj |

Finnish | fi |

Fulah | ff |

Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic | gd |

Galician | gl |

Ganda | lg |

Georgian | ka |

German | de |

Greek, Modern (1453-) | el |

Guarani | gn |

Gujarati | gu |

Haitian; Haitian Creole | ht |

Hausa | ha |

Hebrew | he |

Herero | hz |

Hindi | hi |

Hiri Motu | ho |

Hungarian | hu |

Icelandic | is |

Ido | io |

Igbo | ig |

Indonesian | id |

Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association) | ia |

Interlingue; Occidental | ie |

Inuktitut | iu |

Inupiaq | ik |

Irish | ga |

Italian | it |

Japanese | ja |

Javanese | jv |

Kalaallisut; Greenlandic | kl |

Kannada | kn |

Kanuri | kr |

Kashmiri | ks |

Kazakh | kk |

Kikuyu; Gikuyu | ki |

Kinyarwanda | rw |

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz | ky |

Komi | kv |

Kongo | kg |

Korean | ko |

Kuanyama; Kwanyama | kj |

Kurdish | ku |

Lao | lo |

Latin | la |

Latvian | lv |

Limburgan; Limburger; Limburgish | li |

Lingala | ln |

Lithuanian | lt |

Luba-Katanga | lu |

Luxembourgish; Letzeburgesch | lb |

Macedonian | mk |

Malagasy | mg |

Malay | ms |

Malayalam | ml |

Maltese | mt |

Manx | gv |

Maori | mi |

Marathi | mr |

Marshallese | mh |

Mongolian | mn |

Nauru | na |

Navajo; Navaho | nv |

Ndebele, North; North Ndebele | nd |

Ndebele, South; South Ndebele | nr |

Ndonga | ng |

Nepali | ne |

Northern Sami | se |

Norwegian | no |

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian | nn |

Occitan (post 1500) | oc |

Ojibwa | oj |

Oriya | or |

Oromo | om |

Ossetian; Ossetic | os |

Pali | pi |

Panjabi; Punjabi | pa |

Persian | fa |

Polish | pl |

Portuguese | pt |

Pushto; Pashto | ps |

Quechua | qu |

Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan | ro |

Romansh | rm |

Rundi | rn |

Russian | ru |

Samoan | sm |

Sango | sg |

Sanskrit | sa |

Sardinian | sc |

Serbian | sr |

Shona | sn |

Sichuan Yi; Nuosu | ii |

Sindhi | sd |

Sinhala; Sinhalese | si |

Slovak | sk |

Slovenian | sl |

Somali | so |

Sotho, Southern | st |

Spanish; Castilian | es |

Sundanese | su |

Swahili | sw |

Swati | ss |

Swedish | sv |

Tagalog | tl |

Tahitian | ty |

Tajik | tg |

Tamil | ta |

Tatar | tt |

Telugu | te |

Thai | th |

Tibetan | bo |

Tigrinya | ti |

Tonga (Tonga Islands) | to |

Tsonga | ts |

Tswana | tn |

Turkish | tr |

Turkmen | tk |

Twi | tw |

Uighur; Uyghur | ug |

Ukrainian | uk |

Urdu | ur |

Uzbek | uz |

Venda | ve |

Vietnamese | vi |

Volapük | vo |

Walloon | wa |

Welsh | cy |

Western Frisian | fy |

Wolof | wo |

Xhosa | xh |

Yiddish | yi |

Yoruba | yo |

Zhuang; Chuang | za |

Zulu | zu |

21 February 2020
## Import Products with GTINs Already Assigned

To add existing products into GS1 US Data Hub that already have GTINs assigned, perhaps from another system (or if you wish to type in available GTINs manually to these products), follow these steps below. For more details, click here to view the GS1 US Data Hub Working with Product Import Templates User Guide.

- From the menu bar, click Product, then Import.

- On the main Import page, select the industry for the products you are going to import.

- Click the "Download Import Template" link. Confirm the industry and save the template to your computer. This template does not include any pre-populated product or GTIN information.

- Enter your information into this template, based on the column values as noted in the Product Import user guide. If you are pasting information from another spreadsheet, select "Paste as Values" to preserve the formatting of this template. When you're done, save this file to your computer. Here are the required columns, which have green-colored headings:

**Action:**Select "Create" from the drop down

**GS1CompanyPrefix:**Enter your GS1 Company Prefix, as noted on your certificate

**GTIN:**Enter the GTIN for this product. If these are GTIN-12s, enter two leading zeros, which serve as filler digits, so that the GTIN is represented with 14 digits

**PackagingLevel:**Enter "Each" for individual products. View the Packaging Level article for definitions.

**Description:**Enter the product description that is used for retailers (as opposed to a description for consumers)

**Desc1Language:**Select "en" for English

**BrandName:**Enter the brand name - note this field is restricted to 70 characters

**Brand1Language:**Select "en" for English

**Status:**If you are sharing this product with consumers and trading partners, enter**In Use**. If product details are still being finalized, and products not ready to viewed by the marketplace, enter**PreMarket**.

**IsVariable:**Select "N" - meaning this product is not a variable measure trade item

**IsPurchasable:**Select "Y" - meaning this product is purchased by consumers

- After you enter the product data and save the file, click Browse on the main Product Import page and select this file, then click Submit.

- GS1 US Data Hub begins to process the file. When "Complete" displays in the Status column, the file has been processed, and you will see the number of records that were processed, the number of successful records and the number of records that had errors (if any).

If you do see a number other than zero (0) in the # Errors column, click the File Name column to open the file and view the errors in Column B of the spreadsheet. The Product Import User Guide, Appendix B, contains a list of error messages and corrective actions you can take. You should make the correction back in your original spreadsheet, remove all the rows for the products that were successfully imported, save the file and submit the file again.

**Learn More:**

View the Download Import Template module in the GS1 US University Learning Management System (sign in required). This 5:37 minute module explains how to import products that already have assigned GTINs (perhaps from another system).